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Invest In Your Health Blog

Blogger’s confession: I’m not healthy

posted by Jeff Mullins on March 17, 2015 FitbyForty-purple

My name is Jeff Mullins and I’m the Digital Communications Manager at the State Personnel Department. I’m not a health expert. In fact, I’m not healthy. I’ve tried with little success my whole life to become healthier. I’ve had mixed results to be sure. That’s why I’m going to publicly shame myself into trying to … Read More »


Enjoy healthy lunch selections at the IGC Cafeteria

posted by Jenna McClean, RD on February 18, 2015 tabbouleh

Do you ever forget to pack your lunch or find yourself resorting to fast food and unhealthy lunch options? Do you notice you fall into unhealthy habits due to limited time? Jenna McClean, Registered Dietitian and Health Coach at the Health and Wellness Center, is available to speak with you about how you can improve … Read More »


Understanding rhinitis and seasonal allergies

posted by Almitra Thomas, MD, RPh Allergies - www.fda.gov

Rhinitis refers to inflammation of the nasal passages. This inflammation can cause a variety of annoying symptoms, including sneezing, itching, nasal congestion, runny nose and postnasal drip. Brief episodes of rhinitis are usually caused by respiratory tract infections with viruses (e.g., the common cold). Chronic rhinitis is usually caused by allergies, but it can also … Read More »


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